An Episcopal education is an investment in your child’s future. We realize, however, that education costs are a significant financial commitment. For this reason, the school provides need-based financial aid for qualifying students in Pre-K 3 - Grade 12.
In order to determine each family's need, Episcopal utilizes the School and Student Service Application (SSS) for Financial Aid. Admission to Episcopal is need-blind, which means that a student's financial situation does not influence the admission decision.
2024-2025 Financial Aid Applications
To apply for financial aid, go to the School and Student Service Application (SSS) website. Episcopal's SSS campus code numbers for each campus are:
- Beaches Campus - 1523
- Munnerlyn Campus - 3037
- St. Mark's Campus - 6728
- November 15, 2023 - Application and Required Additional Documents Deadline
- 2022 tax return and most recent pay stub(s) or earnings statement(s)
- January 25, 2024 - Award Notification
- January 26, 2024 - Application Deadline
- February 5, 2024 - Required Additional Documents Deadline
- 2022 tax return, 2023 W-2s and/or 1099s, and most recent pay stub(s) or earnings statement(s)
- March 6, 2024 - First Round Award Notification
Florida School Choice Scholarships
The Florida Tax Credit Scholarship (FTC) and Family Empowerment Scholarship for Educational Options (FES-EO) programs give families of K-12 students a choice of financial assistance toward private school tuition and fees, regardless of household income.
The Family Empowerment Scholarship for Students with Unique Abilities (FES-UA) gives families of PK3-12 students a choice of financial assistance toward private school tuition and fees, tutoring, and more. Children with one of 23 diagnoses including, but not limited to emotional, behavioral or intellectual disabilities are eligible to apply.
Notice to parents enrolling students under the FES-UA scholarship: Please note that our school accommodates students with disabilities in accordance with federal and local law. However, your child may not receive the types of accommodations or related services that your child may be entitled to receive at a public school as public schools have different obligations under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The IDEA does not apply to private schools. We are happy to have a conversation with you about the accommodations that your child may need and receive at our school.
For more information, visit StepUpForStudents.org.